New Franchise Concept – SHIELD Security System
Savvy Franchise Targets Crime With SHIELD Security Systems Partnership – Marking Entry Into New Franchise Market
Ken Elias and Amy Elias of Savvy Franchise recently announced the start of a collaborative partnership with leading security franchise SHIELD Security Systems. This new relationship between franchise consultants Savvy Franchise and SHIELD Security Systems points towards impressive franchise opportunities for veterans, police officers, retired law enforcement individuals and others with diverse military, law enforcement and technical backgrounds.
Buffalo, NY – July 20, 2014 –(PR.com)– When many people think of an emerging franchise opportunity, the first thought that flashes to mind is quick-serve food concepts. While these can be promising, top franchise consultants Ken and Amy Elias of Savvy Franchise are paving the way towards a new franchise industry and demonstrating that food and beverage franchises are far from the only area, an entrepreneur seeking financial freedom has to explore.
Peace of mind and safety have played an important role for many homeowners and families seeking security for themselves and their household members. With the increase in crime rates in so many metropolitan cities across the country, home security systems have increased in popularity and have become more of a mandatory feature in a home and less of a luxury option.
Recently, the Atlanta based franchise consultation company announced a new franchise partnership, facilitating security franchises with industry leading SHIELD Security Systems. SHIELD Security Systems, according to Savvy Franchise, presents many unique opportunities and ones that are great fits with owners from diverse histories, backgrounds, and experience.
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Atlanta Franchise Consultant Team, Ken & Amy Elias “Serve Up” The Hottest Quick-Service Food Franchises of 2014
Atlanta, GA – May 23, 2014 –(PR.com)– Financial independence can become a reality according to Atlanta Franchise consultant team Ken and Amy Elias and the quickest way to that financial independence is often investing in a prepared food franchise. For savvy business executives looking to “reboot” their lives, quick-service food franchises represent a great investment and, often, a new lease of life. The couple lead Savvy Franchise, a franchise broker that specializes in putting together investors and hot franchises that match their needs and desires.